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how to tell when time to replace glowplugs
I live in PA and our winters are not that bad. The truck seems to start fine. When I turn the key, my "Wait to Start" light stays on for 8-12 seconds (depending on how cold it got that night). Once it is warm, it goes off much faster.
my friend has a 97 PSD and his light stays on only for 3-4 seconds.
Are my glowplugs starting to go?
Is 8-12 seconds normal for a 1999.5 ?
How much does it cost to have somone replace the them if needed?
"Late" 99 F250
Crew Cab, Short Box
Straight piped (no muffler but rest of exhaust stock), 35" BFG A/T
DIY NAPA 6637 Intake
Zoodad mod (my version of it)
NOW NEED WW b/c TW is giving me turbo surge
Exhaust System with Down Pipe and muffler (to help pass PA inspection)